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Kalypso Releases “Dawn of Pirates” DLC for Port Royale 3

Bracknell, UK – 14th November 2012 – Kalypso Media is pleased today to announce a new DLC pack for the Windows PC version of Port Royale 3: Pirates & Merchants. The new DLC, “Dawn of Pirates”, adds a new campaign to the Caribbean empire-building game along with unlocking online leaderboards and an “Ironman” mode. In the new campaign, players will set sail as the scourge of the seas – a bloodthirsty treasure-seeking pirate. 
 
The Dawn of Pirates DLC for Windows PC is available now for £4.49/€4.99 via Steam and the Kalypso Launcher.
 
 

Dawn of Pirates offers you a whole new single-player campaign in which you get to stir up trouble in the Caribbean -- as a pirate. Your aim in this DLC is to become the most notorious pirate in the Caribbean by raiding and plundering unsuspecting cities and poorly guarded convoys on the high seas. A new pirate-themed campaign offer players the chance to enjoy Port Royale 3 from the view of one of their most challenging foes! Arrr matey, what are you waiting for? Set sail!
 
Features of the Dawn of Pirates DLC:

In Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, players will embark upon an epic adventure through the Caribbean during the turbulent 17th century where the naval powers of Spain, England, France and the Netherlands all fight for supremacy in the colonies. Players take on the role of a young captain trying to build his fortune and reputation in the new world colonies. The campaign consists of two different paths for the young protagonist to follow: adventurer and trader.
 
Following the path of the adventurer will lead the player on a naval conquest where they must gain notoriety through raids, piracy, bounty hunting, plundering and conquering cities as they strive to build their new Caribbean empire.
 
The route of the trader sees the player using their economic know-how to become the most powerful trading tycoon in the New World by setting up trade routes, building production facilities and developing cities.
 
In free-play mode, the player crafts a combination of the two paths, creating a unique and challenging scenario on the quest to increase wealth and power.
 
Features of Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants

 
More information about Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants is available at www.port-royale3.com

Port Royale 3 Sails into Stores Today

Bracknell, UK, 7th September 2012 - Get ready for a high seas swashbuckling adventure me hearties, as Kalypso Media’s new empire-building game, Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants sails into UK and Export territories stores today! Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants is available for PC and current generation consoles and is priced at £34.99/€44.99 (PC), £44.99/€59.99 (consoles).
 
To help you on your quest for fame and fortune there are three gameplay tutorial videos available:


In Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, players will embark upon an epic adventure through the Caribbean during the turbulent 17th century where the naval powers of Spain, England, France and the Netherlands all fight for supremacy in the colonies. Players take on the role of a young captain trying to build his fortune and reputation in the new world colonies. The campaign consists of two different paths for the young protagonist to follow: adventurer and trader. Following the path of the adventurer will lead the player on a naval conquest where they must gain notoriety through raids, piracy, bounty hunting, plundering and conquering cities as they strive to build their new Caribbean empire.
 
The route of the trader sees the player using their economic know-how to become the most powerful trading tycoon in the New World by setting up trade routes, building production facilities and developing cities.
 
In free-play mode, the player crafts a combination of the two paths, creating a unique and challenging scenario on the path to increase wealth and power.
 
Features of Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants



More information about Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants is available at www.port-royale3.com
 

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